Amos Yee: My ex-bailor molested me

This boy is enjoying the nation's attention.

Tan Xing Qi| May 13, 04:11 PM

Update May 13, 2015, 11:06pm: Amos Yee wrote on his Facebook page that he was trolling the media and Vincent Law did not molest him.

Update May 13, 2015, 5:06pm: Mr Vincent Law denied the allegation. He told The Straits Times: "I deny this very serious and false allegation that he has made. I have no idea why he would say that."

It seems there's no stopping teen blogger Amos Yee.

Just a day after he was found guilty of uploading an obscene image and making remarks intending to hurt the feelings of Christians, Yee dropped another bombshell on his Facebook today (May 13, 2015), saving the most shocking for last.

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Yes, Yee alleged that his ex-bailor - family and youth counsellor Vincent Law - molested him.

Law posted a $20,000 bail for Yee previously before he was forced to discharge himself because the teenager refused to comply with bail conditions, which included a condition that he will not post, upload or otherwise distribute any comment or content, whether directly or indirectly, to any social media or online service or website, while the current case against him is ongoing.

However on the day (April 30) that he was supposed to attend pre-trial conference, he broke his bail conditions, posting several updates on Facebook and wrote two blog posts, one of which he accused his father of physically abusing him.

His latest bailor is his father, who bailed him out with a bail sum of $10,000 with no conditions attached.

Law told socio-political site The Online Citizen that he did not regret acting as bailor for Yee despite Yee breaking the conditions of the bail.

Law is probably having second thoughts now.


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